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Burnley are only outside of the Premier League top four on goal difference after they beat Southampton, while Swansea dropped into the relegation zone.

Sam Vokes’ 81st-minute strike gave Burnley a 1-0 win at St Mary’s Stadium and put them on level points with fourth-placed Chelsea, who host Manchester United on Sunday.

Swansea’s 1-0 defeat by Brighton at the Liberty Stadium, coupled with Bournemouth’s 92nd-minute winner at Newcastle, saw the Welsh side fall to 18th, with the Cherries leapfrogging them into 17th place.

Elsewhere, Rajiv van La Parra’s stunning first-half strike gave Huddersfield a 1-0 win against West Brom, condemning the Baggies to their third successive league defeat and they are without a win in nine games.

In Saturday’s early kick-off, Peter Crouch scored a late equaliser as Stoke came from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Leicester.

Source: BBC Sports

Hong Kong to become first Asian host

Hong Kong will become the first Asian city to host the Gay Games in 2022 with rights campaigners celebrating the winning bid for a city often criticised for lagging on LGBT rights.

Junior Agogo appears on the BBC programme with his mother in London

Former Ghana, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers striker Junior Agogo has spoken for the first time about the devastating effect of the stroke he suffered two years ago, revealing it has left him lacking confidence and socially isolated.

Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah has split from coach Alberto Salazar and will return to Britain. Farah, who won 5,000m and 10,000m gold at London 2012 and Rio 2016, said his decision was based on a desire to move back to London.

Salazar is being investigated by the US Anti-Doping Agency (Usada) after BBC's Panorama made allegations about drugs use at his US training base.

"I'm moving back to London. I really miss home," said Farah, 34.

Callum Hudson-Odoi was one of five Chelsea players in England U17's world cup winning squad

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte believes the success of England's youth teams will ultimately make the senior side "very difficult to beat".

England's victory over Spain on Saturday to win the Under-17 World Cup capped an incredible few months for England youngsters.

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